10 results for “matt mering”
Multifamily N Illinois

CRE experts sound off on rent control in Illinois

| Matt Baker

For more than 20 years, a law on the books in Illinois has prevented any municipality from enacting rent control measures. But with the elections of J.B. Pritzker and Lori Lightfoot, as well as several self-professed socialist Chicago aldermen, the political will may be shifting toward this affordable housing tool.

Hospitality N Illinois

Waterton hires hospitality specialist

Waterton, a Chicago-based real estate investor and operator, has hired Matt Mering as executive vice president, hospitality. Mering will be responsible for the formulation and execution of Waterton’s hotel investment strategy, oversight of asset management and further developing investor relationships.

Hospitality N Illinois

Waterton hires Matt Mering as EVP, hospitality

Waterton, a Chicago-based real estate investor and operator, hired Matt Mering as executive vice president, hospitality. Mering will be responsible for the formulation and execution of Waterton’s hotel investment strategy, oversight of asset management and further developing investor relationships.

Industrial N Illinois

Industrial and logistics outlook for 2019

| Matt Baker

The country’s industrial and logistics (I&L) sector performed extremely well throughout 2018, impelled by strong market fundamentals, growth in consumer spending, business inventories and industrial production. According to CBRE’s 2019 U.S. Real Estate Market Outlook, investors, developers and users can expect more of the same in 2019.

CRE Midwest

DNA of #CRE results are in for 2017

The results are in. On its third annual DNA of #CRE Survey, Buildout and the Broker List heard from 485 commercial real estate professionals, a 60 percent jump from last year. So what insights did the respondents provide about the industry?

Retail Midwest

Grocery-anchored investment options: hard to swallow?

| Matt Baker

Due to a number of factors, traditional grocers’ markets are losing market share, leading investors away from grocery-anchored shopping centers. But according to new research from Morningstar Credit Ratings, a changing grocery marketplace and growth of food delivery will increasingly depend on brick-and-mortar locations.